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SPEAK IN ENGLISH TO BECOME A BOSS

 The Government of India recruits superior civil servants through Civil Service Exam conducted by Union Public Service Commission that has three stages. Out of 3,83,983 candidates who applied for the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2006, only 1,95,803 or 51.0 percent of the candidates appeared for the written Preliminary examination. It is objective test without any scope for subjectivity. In the next stage of mains exams, out of the 7,766 candidates, 7,496 had appeared in the written part of Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2006 held in October – November, 2006. Based on the results of the written part of the Main Examination, 1,409 candidates had qualified for the Interview and 1,408 candidates had appeared for the same. The number of candidates appeared and candidates interviewed was 7,488 and 1,406 respectively (Ref: upsc.gov.in, 58 th Annual Report).

-   The number of candidates qualified through Preliminary exam that is objective ,opt to write in English was 3926 ( 53 %) and  3286 (44 %) wrote in Hindi and rest of 200 (3%) wrote in other Indian languages.

-   The number of candidates declared cleared in descriptive exams the marks indicate that 958 of those wrote in English cleared the exam indicating 24.40% success rate and only 383 of those wrote in Hindi were declared successful that has a success rate of only 11.65 %.The success rate for Tamil medium candidates 18.57 % and for Telugu 16.98 %.

-   Only 53 % of English medium students wrote mains exam, by interview stage it increased to 68 %.

-    The final success rate reveals that after interview only one from Hindi Medium candidate could come in top twenty representing 5 % of success for  Indian languages.

Hardly Indian languages are allowed to be used for writing union public service/sector exams. Even when they are used after democratic pressure, there is deliberate attempt to exclude them through setting up subjective criteria in interview. Whenever there is subjectivity the Indian students are ostracised.


A good administrator has to be a  good communicator.But communicate in whose language and with whom?.A manager has to effectively communicate with his or her clients and colleaques.Who are the clients and who are the subordinates.Without doubt they are indian language speaking masses,labourers and customers.Then communication skill should be tested in indian languages.This logic is true in evey part of globe except in anglophone India, rest of south asia,sub-saharan africa and in arab countries.Not surprisingly these are the only regions on earth where number of undernourished is incresing,children are deprived of books, unable to file patents, dirty and witness political vilolence and instability.Colonial language is more important than native languages to serve the poor people who knows only indian languages.An IAS officer is selected in India not for his ability to communicate in Bengali to become an civil servant in West Bengal , but on the basis of communication skill in English.A candidate gets in to IIM after attending group discussion in english and not in marathi for working in Maharashtra.The english speaking elite have made India a mad house for their selfish capture of power.Only in  India and anglohone third world, spoken English is more important than spoken  language of customers and labors. 


Read Malayalathinde Bhaavi-Bhasha Asoothranavum, Maanava Vikasanavum” (The Future of malayalam - Language Planning and Human Devolopment) in Malayalam written by K. Sethu Raman published by Maathrubhoomi Books for further details and analysis.